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Bringing feedback to the forefront

Feedback is a key area of student concern and and important area across the HE sector. However, marking work and giving individual comments and feedback to students is time- and energy-sapping for lecturers, so how can we rethink marking and feedback to make it work better for students? Writing the Guardian, Andrew Tharby, and English […]

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Using peer feedback to enhance active engagement

Using peer feedback to enhance active engagement

Peer feedback can enhance your students’ active engagement with their studies and increases the amount of feedback they get, often more quickly that you can do it yourself. It can also augment students’ disciplinary understanding as peer feedback usually requires more explanation and justification.  Also, the process of reviewing the work of others can help students […]

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